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" NORTHWEST PROGRESS Page F[.ve : Friloy, February 7, 1947 '--:-: I| I V .. The Guild Book Shop . Presents A HANDSOME--NEW! GREETI NG CARD DEPARTMENT in time for Valentine's Day With Gay Valentines. for All Your Friends and Family. Every Day Cards from All the Best Lines, Too! Visit Our Shop Today ! The @uilcl Book Shop :THE CATHOLIC BOOK STORE 1328 6th Ave. SE. 2514 (6th bet. Union & University) Seattle, L X00oic 00rfin Prelate Is En R0uteToU.S, (Continued from Page 1) they could not dismiss with bland- ishing and conusing language But the struggle went on. After Pope Plus XI had issued his great En- i cyclical "Mit brennnder Sorge" condemning nazi doctrines, Bishop van Preysing followed it up with a pastoral letter of his own, dated November 30, 1937, which spoke of the persistent nazi attempts "to misrepresent, abuse and heap scorn on our holy faith." And he went on: "In these times when re- ligious freedom is restrained and consciences are oppressed a spirit hostile to Christianity dominates public life to a growing degree... Today the believing Catholic in Germany finds provisions of a state of siege applied against him and he must suffer scorn and con- tempt, vexations and privatidns of freedom because of his faith with- out the means to defend himself while the foes of the Church enjoy freedom of speech, of attack and mockery." CATHOLIC % }PRIEST CHAPLAINS IDrama of Faith and .6uden=Coll,: [ ND R .' [ Church Chief fl GET NEW STATUS Life Mark Requiem = IN VET HOSPITALS, For Dr H E Cor- Road Block To il _. Seven Catholic chaplains serv- , __ _ " " " I ' -- -. -- " ' ]    J=i;' .....  UJL Or'C ;gl::eneSAdhiwn::rhtaiOen :::n' (Continued from Page 1) Russ f0nauest ........... * = cnd=e:n, n:hTefSt;tv H::;Yinc Whh'nm.Cl,aa2:r:. di:ili: ,e/1No I, s t_ " ; ' service, announced today. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 3.-- (NC)  (" , Catholic chaplains serve on a --The Catholic Church was de- :, .% part time basis but. have been ,   . accorded equal status with full- time chaplains. Chaplaincy ap- potments are made on the bsis of the percentage of hospitalized veterans of each faith. In the six month period from July through December, attend- ance at Catholic masses in VA hospibals increased almost 300 per cent. Serving in Northwest VA hospi- tals aye Father John Egan, Van- couver, Wash.; Father Gabriel P. Donohue, American Lake, Wash.; Father Jeremiah oughlan, Rose- burg, Ore.; Father John J. Cairn- nan, Walla Walla, Wash.; Farther Emmet Shea, Fort Harrison, M0nt.; Father Nichol, as G. Hughes, Boise, Idaho; Father William S. Walsh, Portland, Ore. t VANCOUVER K, OF C, Persecution Followed IMEETING WEDNESDAY Tl!.e Bishop's statements rever- berated far and wide, but they could not be expected to stall the I TO HONOR VETERANS' fury of his persecutors. 'Pagan- iBm rampant went its way causing disaster. First, ' all parochial schools were closed down. Then all religious teaching was banned. VANCOUVER, Wn., Feb. 4.- The Knights of Columbus Council's "incoln Birthday" anniversary meeting here on Feb. 12 will hon- or war veterans. Veterans will be honored guests and some forty council members who are war vet" erans will receive the ,attractive lapel emblem issued by the Su-' preme Council. Judge ugene Cushing will address the meeting, and the Vancouver Police songst- ers will be on hand to liven up PERSECUTION OF "hen the religious press extermin- ated. Then the good name of the CATHOLICS STILL clergy smeared in "public. But .. Bishop van Preysing was always RIFE IN ALBANIA] amng the first in denouncing vigorously all these meashres hos- tile and.detrimental to the Church. : " = i - The cliinax of this struggle prob- ROME.--(NC-Fides)--The un-!ably was reached on November 2, happy condition of Catholics in A1- [ 1941, when Bishop van Presmv " bantu is indicated in the following ldelivered a sermon at his Cathe- fragtnentary reports that have Jdral, a few blocks away from Hit- the evening. reache d here: Iler's own chancery. The sermon Father and Son Communion Four-secular priests, two Fran-]dealt with the so-called ,'mercy Sunday will be observed on Feb. ciscams ,and two Jesuits are known killings" Hitler himself had de- 8 With Knights and their sons re- to have been killed, and a number creed--a decree that ultimately relying at the 8:30 o'clock lWass. of other priests put in prison, led to the cold-blooded murder of Later a breakfast will be served The Government, which contin- thousands of innocent people: This, at the Evergreen Hotel. ues to. support the Mohammedan he Bishop said, with unconcealed The council's blood donors' club O and Orthodox religious communi- wrath, was "mortal sin" and 'he is very active and all members are ties, has withdrawn its support i told his congregation in outspoken being:typed at St. Joseph Hospital from the Catholic clergy, terms why -this was so. No Ges- where Knights have been answer- The elementary and secondary tapo agent tried to interfere. The ing .many calls for .blood dana- schools and u seminary conducted Bishop was too powerful "a figure tions. by cathohcs have been closed, and for the nazis to touch. orphan asylums under Catholic FolIowedCourageousCurse !SOUTHWESTK direction have met the same fate. This was in the midst of the war l Catholic pastors generally have when the nazi government was ]N]T]ATION been Obliged to discontinue preach- ruppressing all remaining sein- ing lest they be reported as having biance of civil liberties among the uttefe[ sedition or anything mak- German people under the pretext OLYMPIAI FEB,, ]6 "rig {hem liabJ t,o hn@risonmet,, Ahat'le nation wa in danger ..... | In some places even the confes- Bishop van Preysing was not mis- slonals are watchcd with a view led by such pretexts. On March 0LYMPIA--The Knights of Co- toward detecting illegal political 3, 1942, he issued another pastoral lumlhus will cenfer three degrees activity, letter denouncing the wanton con- here, Feb. 16, upon a class of can- fiscation of Berlin church property didates recruited by councils of I by the political police. Their southwest Washington. Candidates Mrs. Mary Schneider J measures, he said, were motivated will be presented ,by Aberdeen, Ha- !by the intention "to destroy Chris- quiam Raymond and outh Bend Di i K t h tian life in 6ur Fatherland." Councils. Officers gram the sev- es n e c an Solemnly he rofessed: '%nshake- eral councils .will participate in de- able is our faith that Jesus Christ gree ceremomes and in, estivities O. will remain victorious, no matter honoring new members. KETCIKAN, Feb. 6---Requiem what He will allow to come over High Mass was offered in Holy us in the way of suffering and Noqu|Qnl Courll] To Name Church here, this morning trials." By the end of that same Honor Past Officers for Mrs. Mary Schneider, who year his Pastoral dated December succumbed to a heart tttack on 13 completed the circle of his cour- Feb. 3. Mrs. Schneider was an geous campaign. This is one of HOQUIAM--Past grand knights exemplary Catholic and was a the documents now issued by his and 25-year members will .be on- devou t member of the local par- chancery in a llS-page volume, ored by Hoquiam Council, K. of C. ish throughout her 30 years rest- The whole text of this paer must at its next meeting. dence here. She w, as 82 years of be read to appreciate its signifi- ,State officers are scheduled to age at the time of her death, cance. There, a German Bishop, visit the council at its irst meet- Surviving Mrs. Schneider are two years before his country's col- ing in ,March. four sons and four daughters. !apse, nailed down all the wicked- William Schneider is president of ness and spuriousness of nazi FBI Women Sponsor the Holy Name Society here. The teachings, condemning the funda- other sons reside in Spokane;, Vic- mental principle of Hitlerism that toria and DaR. Of the daught- might .makes right/ particularly ers, Mrs. Anna Hagevig and Mrs. with regard to its application to Mary. Newell reside here. the then conquered nations as well as to the German people. *P. J. O'ReUly Fights On - Rev. Allied air-raids in the last stage Is Returning.From of the war destroyed both the Alaskan Mission Cathedral and the chancery and KETCHIKAN, Feb. 5--The Rev. also all pe, rsonal belongings of Patrick O'Reilly, S. J., noted Je- Bmhop van Preysing. suit missionary who has been sta- When the war ended, this cor- tionel: in Sitka is visiting here respondent found him in a Berlin briefly en route to Portland, Ore., suburb where he had repaired to a where he will receive new assign- small room in a hospital while the ments in the work of conducting Red Army was overrunning the missions, city. Less tha na year Inter he While o guest at the Sisters wore the purple of a Prince of hospital here, Father O'Reilly the Church, but the men who wore marked his 75th birthday anni- it has not changed. The .times versary, have changed, but some of the ; essential problems the Church had to deal with inder the swastika STATIONERY, have come up once more, Cardinal van Preysing does not budge. He l OFFICE SUPPLIES remains the good shepherd to his l OFFICE FURNITURE flock and will go on preaching the l Gospel against which the powers " _X7, of darkness can never prevail. I COLLEGE GETS GRANT FOR MINE COURSES Trick & Murray ,o,,_, $50,000 grant from a group of Central Pennsyl- STUNTZ & HICKS vania coal producers has" been re- MAin 1440 115 Seneca St. eeived at St. Francis College here i Seattle, 1 to start an educational program for mine supervisors. UNDER ,NEW MANAGEMENT-- NEW TIRES o.oo.,, ,- : 5.50 - 17 15.15 6.50- 16 Plu Tax NEW BATTERIES Open 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.  Sundays, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Spiritual Exercises In Nation's Capital[ WASH INGT)N--Encouraged by i J. Edgar Hoover, director of the] Federal Bureau of Investigation, a I group of 155 FBI women employees I madd a day of recollection at hhe t Waxhington Retreat House ,here. It[ marked what is believed the fir'st time bhat a government group sponsored a day of recollection in the nation's capital. The Rev. Robert G. Lloyd, S. J., director of the Manresa House of Retreats, who is a close friend af Mr. Hoover, conducted he spiritual exercises. PEIPING-- ( NC)--Bishop Faus- tinus Tlssot, of the Parma Foreign Mission Society, who was named Bishop of Chengchow, China, last year, is now on his way to this country. He succeeds the bte Bishop Calza, who died in October 1944. Bishop Tissot was born at Tran- sacqua, in the Archdiocese of Trent, Italy, on May 22, 1901, and was ordained in 1926. ter,' he replied For, as I found out later, he was but a young scholastic preparing to take holy orders as a Jesuit. "Well, Mr. Mc- Goldrick,' resumed I, 'you seem to dissent from my view concering universals. I wish that we might discuses it more fully.' He was l good enough to spend an evening with me .during which he brought me over to the theory of moder- ate realism advocated by Aris- totle and St. Thomas. "When my spiritual adviser left me that evening I remarked that I had often felt very near to the Catholic Church. He laughed mer- rily.. 'Oh,' said he, 'you'l| be a Catholic some day.' When sum- mer school ended, he disappeared. I did not see him for some five years when, as Father James B. McGoldrick, S. J., Dean of Se- attle College, he returned to the University of Washington to com- flete a doctorate in Educational Psychology. Two years afterward he received me into the Church of Rome.'" Was Eager To Share Truth Dr. Cory, from the day of his baptism, was a devout and zeal- DUB Catholic, eager to share eche truth, the beauty and endless de- light he had discovered after a long intelleCtual quest. Father McGoldrick told The Progress, "I never knew anyone who got more out of his faith. He was thoroughly Catholic in thought and purpose. Possessing the humility of a truly gTeat mind, he was most docile in his faith." Dr. Cory assocrated himself, un- ostentatiously, with many Catho- lic works and societies. He was a member of the Holy Name So- ciety, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Third Order of St. Dam- in!c, the John Henry Newman Honorary Society, the Knights of Columbus and was a regular par- ticipant in the anual Laymen's Retreats at St. Martin College. Known as Best Educated Man Born in Providence, R. I., 63 years ago, Dr. Cory spent his life: time in study and teaching. He won his bachelor's degree at Brown's TJniversity in 1906 and his doctor of philosophy degree in 1910 at Harvard. He taught for eight years at the University of California; thqn pursued higher studies and lectured at Jolts Hop- kins University, before joining the University of Washington faculty in 1923. Dr. Cory was long known as "the best educated man on the University of Washington campus. In tracing his intellectual odys- sey in "The Emancipation of a Freethinker," Dr. Cory relates that, for years, he was an agnos- tic humanist. "1 then became a radical, about 90 per cent Marx- inn communist," he wrote "***The social question remained pro- foundly in my thoughts and I be- gan to suspect that Marxian com- munism was far too bourgeois and conservative to solve the vexing problem. ** Bound to discover the validity of common sense, that is to say of critical common sense, I was destined to d:over the philosophi perennis, scholasti- cism. Here, at last, I could only capitulate to the conservative and yet ultrarevolu-tionary truths of the pure Tradition of Christian- i ity. "The arguments -- .biological. psTchological, sociological, histori- cil, philosophical and theological --which lead to Catholicism form a colossal web of uncounted strands converging from every side to a common center." Adopted Five Children Dr. Cory is survived by his wife. Mary Ellen Cory and by five chI- dren whom the Corys adopted: Michael, Brigid, Mary Sharon, An- i thony and James. The family home is at 906 14th Ave. North. The solemn Mass of requiem wa sung Tuesday, by the Rev. Em- mett J. Rinn, S. J., pastor of St. Joseph' Church. Present in the sanctuary were the Very Rev. 3oseph P. Dougherty, Chancellon of the Diocese, the Right Rev. Msgr. , Theodore M. Ryan, pastor of the Immaculate the Right Rev. Msgr. J. G. Stafford, pastor of the Assumption Parish, Bellingham. Present also at the Mass were a score of priests, and sisters of several congregations. Members of the Children of Mary scribed as "the chief maim force blocking Russia's way to world control," by Louis F. Budenz, for- mer managing editor of the Daily Worker, communist newspaper, in an address here. .: ,/ Mr. Budenz, who disavowed !:?:J communism to return to the Cath- olic Faith, ,added that the Russian t, campaign of annihilation of the Catholic Church "is in full swing  in virtually every country in the world." ,.';i' Budenz spoke at a dinner mark-. ing the 34th season of the Lay- men's Retroat League. which was  attended by 1,500 persons. %:;. Russia Training for Blitzkreig 'ii,,,ii!:i: ....   said Report and petition will be heard science. He had a profound grasp on the 25th day of February, 1947. at . . 10:00 a. m., at the Court Room of thel of the philosophies of all ages. He Probate Department of said Court. l had read widely in theology and Dated this 28th day of January. 1947.1 " .... " ..... NORMAI R. RIDDELL. [nacl mastered tne great aseeucal Clerk of said Court. and mvstica writers By NORMAN JOITNSON Deputy. i  .... SWEENEY AD DILLON, ' I "Dr. Cory's tak was to build 917 Arctic Building, .... [a temple to truth m the souls of Seattle 4. Wash..t .... [ First publication January 31, 1._947. his student% and the temple was Final pubxication r'eDrllary 14, 1947. MURPHY BROTHERS 955 Empire Bldg. SWEENEY & DILLON Seattle 4, Wash. 917 Arctic Building INts(TIE S..UP. EIIOR COURT OF THI I Seattle 4, Washington rote ofwasn.ington for King Coun-fIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE y. In rooote---o. 97759--Notice of[ State of Washington for the County earing Final Report and Petition I of King. In Probate.--No. 97090. for Distribution. I Notice of Hearing Final Report and In the Matter of the Estate of George [ Petition For Distribution. Edward Love, Deceased. | In the Matter of the Estate of Kath- Notice is hereby given that Margaret ] erine Evelyn Ward, Deceased. Elizabeth Anderson, Administratrix of| Notice is hereby given that Mary the Estate of George Edward Love,|Ward Kerney Administratrix of th naB filed in the office of the Clerk |Estate of Ka'therine Evelyn Ward has of said Court her final Reoort and filed in the office of the Clerk of said petition for distribution, asking the Court her final Report and petition for Court to settle said Report, distribute distribution, asking the Court Io settle the property to the persons thereto said Report. distribute the pronerty to entitled and to discharge said Margaret the persons thereto entitled and to dis- Elizabeth Anderson; and that said Re- charge said Administratrix: and that port and petition will be heard on the 21st day of February, 1947, at 10 A.M., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court. Dated this 21st day of January, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL. Clerk of said Court. By W B. STEEN, Deputy. STUNTZ & HICKS 955 Empire Building Seattle 4, Washington. First publication January 24, 194_7. Final publication February 7, 1947. This country's foreign policy ' transition "from appeasement at DR. ][IERBERT E. CORI r Russia to a firmer position," is Zealous Convert proceeding too slowly Mr. Budenz from Forest Ridge Convent at- contended, adding 'Russia has not Add TO Her Char00s! tended as an honor guard, retreated from her policy of con- Honorary pallbearers, including quest ,and blitzkreig and is train- Soy Love You" with o tiny gold fan ing thousands of conscript sold- a number of Dr. Cory's colleagues iers in the subjugated countries." Or o phone, if you ccln't drop d lne. from the University were: Dr. "Why does not the United States Philip Van Phul, Dean David government move for the xpul- A Wishing Well, or a Horseshoe, for luck. Thompson, Dr. Stevenson Smith, sion of the bloody puppet Polish She'd love o chorm os o Vo[entine. Dr. Henry Lucas, Dr. Dudley regime from the United Nations ?" Griffith, Dr. Edwin Guthrie, Pro- he asked. "Everyone knows that A gold bracelet charm makes a h)vely gift for fessor Glen Lutey, Professor Wai- the 'four freedoms' are crushed a.ll_V occasion. Our selection starts at $2.50 ter Isaaes, Ernest Barnard, Paul underfoot in Poland and also in GreggandWilliamJ. coyle. :Roumania, Bulgaria and Yugo-  .,')- ,..,._ :- Active pallbearers were Daniel, slavic. The pledge of our figliting Richard and John Vaughn, John men that these 'freedoms' would Fitzgerald, James Broard and be extended is not being kept." Gregory Crawley. " _,. . Interment ,.-,as in Calvary Cem- DR CORY'S LATEST etery under direction of the Bon- I " 1510 Westla/c ,4venue, Seallle ney-Watson Mortuary. Father McCldrick Preaches WORK IS SOON TO Reg;sfered Jewelers, Amer;can Gem Soc;ef ....... Father McGoldrick chose for BE PUBLISHED CI re B t h L .... the text of the sermon he deliver- ed for his former teacher and pu- o o o u e ........ pil, words taken from the Gospel Dr. Herbert __ Cory's latest read intheMass: work. "The Significance of Beauty Gi The R "I am the Resurrection and the and Nature and Art," is soon to V e s e o s o n s .... : ..... life" He that believes in Me' al" be published' psthumusly bY F H C i though he be dead, shall live!'" Bruce and Co. of Milwaukee. or er onvers on -::::- "The Emancipation of a Free .... - Father McGoldrick dynamical- i thinker" also ,ublished by Bruce ly presented the teachings of faith .... " r ...... , (Continued from 'age 1) Death, stirred in her by despair and ..... .. . ' I ln xa, was oemcaceu oy ur. disorder of the depression era, wg " ' on me questions of life and death. [ Corv to three nriests who had war) were deet)ly renewed, evcn made inescapable for her by the It was God's truth spoken by a - " - --- . ' . [assisted hm in hm mtellectuai then I had no idea that I ought [o war, Mrs. Luce reveals, and the -': '. pupal for his master and by a mas- [ "emancination " ter for his pupil, drawing aside[ z; am,o, ,rface re a" be, or become one of his daught- quest for an answer to that ques a" the , ............. a v ..... somber veil of death to reveal ! "To Father,William J O'Brien ers." tion absorbed her. Mrs. Lure tells bf her visits to i To deal with bhat question, she " ' the transendant fact of life etern- whose enial niety inspired me to he cathedrals of France and Ger-lwrites, "[ was exceedingly ,badly " al whc Dr Cory had so greatly  r h t , " - ] search systematically fo t a many during t.he travels of her Iequipped by what passed for anex ...... comprehended at the end of h o m *. '1 which is evidently so real t h" ; youthful days, and o[ "the sense of Ice]lent w.odern education, which h'aW tong oayssey, c r" k [ Father James B. M Gold m , S. deep peace" she f-und in them. i sl.vw!:, ihrou;rb the ycav: cmptied Dath a Thri]Hng Advcnture l J., whose erudition and holiness [ 'Defended' Cathedrals. I my head of all religious dogma and .- Father McGoldrick's sermon, in and patient dialectic exorcised my I "In my early twenties when my filled-it with a core or more o'f " I part, ollows: last arrogant negations; head was full of Voltaire and Mon- Imore secular dogmas. - ..... "I wonder if we present here Father Francis A. Pope, O. P.. l tesquieu nd Didcrot awl other Her creed of "]iberaUsm " t]ia' t , " ": " i- h "  "  " " fully realizc that death is the cl:.- with deepest gratitude for yearslbrflaan and ustv down-wh-the-is, a che; that an m, mahen- - max of human existence? Death of continued counsel, so detached i Church-of-Rome writers or the 18thiab]e " personal rights which are u- - ' is the focal point toward which and so purehearted, century, I still never failed to de-iperor to l,roperty rights, she - move all human events and hap- Dr. Cory opened the first chap- fend cathedrals as being somchow found to be deficient because bhe penings. The moment of death is ter of this work with these words objects which ought to be consid-so-called liberals denied the exist= .... the most eternally si'gnifJcant one of St. Augustine: ered separately from the mischiev- ence of the Absolute Law Giver ..... in man's career. Our eternal san "' ration depends on that instant. "Thou has made us for Thy- DUB and superstitious hocus-pocus who had endowed man with his m- Yet, death is life's most ,thrilling self, O God, and our hearts are preached within their walls," she alienable ri-hts ..... restless until they rest in Thee." writes.  adventure. 'gI wou]d recall that there was, ... "In death, man having burst the CATHOLICS NUMBER 658,488 'somet,hing' about a Catholic ca-] K]$h0. Armstron00 .... bonds that slaackled him to earth, 1N SCOTLAND: 6,614 INCREASE thedral that 'moved everybody.': -- r -- -  ........ enters a new world and seeks ful- LONDON.- Scotland has a Sometimes I said that 'something' ,aC;ves "" .ve;e -lZor :::i , ness of life for the soul, Infinite Catholic population of 658,488, an was art, and that ,my cathedral Truth for the mind, Infinite Good increase of 6,614 over the total a emotions had been esthetic, " she B i i a a for the will." year ago, according to the new est c a, 00r.er sets forth. "Sometimes I settled Here Father McGoldrick graph- Scottish Catholic Directory, which for the idea that it was a rathe- " ...... ically portrays the soul at the has been issued here. dral's 'magnificent emptiness,' as SACRAMENTO. Feb. 3.--A--: moment of accounting, standing Priests number 947, an increase though emptiness could e-,'cr make i admixture of sympathy, trader: in the presence of the all-pure of 49. itself felt s violenth, as 'some- standing and brotherly love are .... and all-just God. The Church, he thing'! I know what it was: it was lth e be.t ingredients for makinga --- " said, realizes men's needs, the built from data received from rea- the Real Presence." i decent social order, B:shop Robert .... 7 necessity for expiation as they son and revelation. What she calls the "double-bar: j. Armstrong of Sacramento, as, .... "bid farewell to their earthly ten- "He grasped life adequately. He reled" Great Question of Life and serted in an address which climax- ...... + ements of clay." understood the nature of the uni- ed thp two-day sessions of Sacra-- .... verse and man's place in it. His Bu(ienz Book In Press mento's first C aU]olic Conference- " Pray For His Soul prodigios intellect haxl simplified on Industrial Problems. "'Her ministers she cloLhes, this life' complexities. The m,Jch-outicipated b o o k. The Bi.+hop. who with the morni_g, in the sabI vestments His Philosophy of Life. "This ls My Story," by Louis F. Knights of Columbus, here, joint-- ....... of sorrow and penance," he con- "His philosophy of life was Budenz, who forsook ccmmunism ly sponsored the Conference, as- tinued. "In the Mass she offers composed of the following points: and tie editorship of the commun-serted that the reform of the So= '--: her petitions and in the canberra- "There is a God, the Father Al- ist paper, The Daily Worker, to : cial order and the renewal of the ..... tion of the Mass, the Body and mighty, Creator of heaven and return to the Catholic laith, has lChrlstian spirit go hand in hand: ..... Blood of Christ in atonement for earth.  gonc to press and will be publish- ] The sessions attracted an array of - =. " transgressions. "Jesus Christ is also God.--'and ed shortly, it has been announced i nationally-known leaders in the ..... "We arc children of a common in Jesus Christ, His only Son, Our by the Thomas More Book Club, i fields of indus,try, labor and s Oci "" ' Father, we are children of God Lord.' of Chicago. ,ology. ..... and adopted brothers of Jesus "Man has an immortal soul. en-- . .-: Christ, members of the Mystical dawed with intellect and free will. "- : ....... Body of Christ. We are methber "Man's goal is to see God. face ........ of the Communion of Saints. This to face, when the day of life is VESTMENTS ...... implies help and friendship be- over. Lween the militant on earth, the "Man is here to prepare for the Copes, Chasubles, Da]matics, _* :' suffering in purgatory and the world to come. Benediction V e i I s, Benediction glorious in heaven. "Believing firmly in t h e s e Stoles and Burses, Ciborium .... " 'It is a holy and wholesome truths, Dr. Cory considered life as Covers, Tabernacle Veils, Sane  " .... thought to pray for the dead, that a period of probaUon, trial and tuary Veils, Banners for Holy  they may be loosed from their stewardship." Name Societies, Canopies, Alb.., sins.' Lesson of Life and Death Cassocks for Boys .... "This is the reason we are here Father McGeldrick then pictur- You will find in my stock, only - this morning: to offer the Mass ed the lesson of life and death that finer prd-war material an" =' and our prayers for the soul f so familiar in the phases of na- at greatly reduced prices. - , our dear friend, Herbert Ellsworth ture. Flowers blocm'ng and dy- bet I : " Cory. who, a few days ago, in ing, leaves falling only to answer Peter ne;n-ru ..... obedience to the will of GOd. the call of another spring in new placed upon the altar of sacrifice arrays; the sun setting to rie .... : the holocaust f his life. again in a new day. He asked: VESTMENT MAKER :. Kindly, Cultured Friend "Shall only mgn, created in the 6722 Brynhurst Ave. -, "Dr Cory was to all who knew image of God be allowed to re- Los Angeles, .t3, Calif. him a friend -- a hospitable, gen- main in the tomb? ............ ial, kindly, cultured friend. He And he-answered: "We know was a scholar of the first magni- from revelation: 'I am the resur- tude. No field of knowledge was rection and the life. He that be- OLYMPIC HOTEL alien to him. In the field of sci- lieves in me, although he be dead. 5th Ave. at University ence he had a master's grasp of shall live!' Death merely means physics, chemistry, biology and that life is changed but is not anatomy. He was at home in mu- taken away. ,Death is the begin- sc, literature and astronomy. He ning of life, the beginning of true was thoroughly versed in the social activity, a homecoming, a wel- sciences, economics and political come home! "We now commend Herbert Cory's body to the calm stillne. of the tomb. We comfort and con- COLLEGE sole ourselves with Christ's prom- SHOP ise thatthegravewillone day be  311 880[ conquered, and we trustfully await: 4508 University Wa 7 the dawn of the glory of the Seattle resurrection morn." CHEVRON STATION 000014-22nd Ave. N. W. SU. 9677 " ?=:71;:: ., ,%:* " NORTHWEST PROGRESS Page F[.ve : Friloy, February 7, 1947 '--:-: I| I V .. The Guild Book Shop . Presents A HANDSOME--NEW! GREETI NG CARD DEPARTMENT in time for Valentine's Day With Gay Valentines. for All Your Friends and Family. Every Day Cards from All the Best Lines, Too! Visit Our Shop Today ! The @uilcl Book Shop :THE CATHOLIC BOOK STORE 1328 6th Ave. SE. 2514 (6th bet. Union & University) Seattle, L X00oic 00rfin Prelate Is En R0uteToU.S, (Continued from Page 1) they could not dismiss with bland- ishing and conusing language But the struggle went on. After Pope Plus XI had issued his great En- i cyclical "Mit brennnder Sorge" condemning nazi doctrines, Bishop van Preysing followed it up with a pastoral letter of his own, dated November 30, 1937, which spoke of the persistent nazi attempts "to misrepresent, abuse and heap scorn on our holy faith." And he went on: "In these times when re- ligious freedom is restrained and consciences are oppressed a spirit hostile to Christianity dominates public life to a growing degree... Today the believing Catholic in Germany finds provisions of a state of siege applied against him and he must suffer scorn and con- tempt, vexations and privatidns of freedom because of his faith with- out the means to defend himself while the foes of the Church enjoy freedom of speech, of attack and mockery." CATHOLIC % }PRIEST CHAPLAINS IDrama of Faith and .6uden=Coll,: [ ND R .' [ Church Chief fl GET NEW STATUS Life Mark Requiem = IN VET HOSPITALS, For Dr H E Cor- Road Block To il _. Seven Catholic chaplains serv- , __ _ " " " I ' -- -. -- " ' ]    J=i;' .....  UJL Or'C ;gl::eneSAdhiwn::rhtaiOen :::n' (Continued from Page 1) Russ f0nauest ........... * = cnd=e:n, n:hTefSt;tv H::;Yinc Whh'nm.Cl,aa2:r:. di:ili: ,e/1No I, s t_ " ; ' service, announced today. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 3.-- (NC)  (" , Catholic chaplains serve on a --The Catholic Church was de- :, .% part time basis but. have been ,   . accorded equal status with full- time chaplains. Chaplaincy ap- potments are made on the bsis of the percentage of hospitalized veterans of each faith. In the six month period from July through December, attend- ance at Catholic masses in VA hospibals increased almost 300 per cent. Serving in Northwest VA hospi- tals aye Father John Egan, Van- couver, Wash.; Father Gabriel P. Donohue, American Lake, Wash.; Father Jeremiah oughlan, Rose- burg, Ore.; Father John J. Cairn- nan, Walla Walla, Wash.; Farther Emmet Shea, Fort Harrison, M0nt.; Father Nichol, as G. Hughes, Boise, Idaho; Father William S. Walsh, Portland, Ore. t VANCOUVER K, OF C, Persecution Followed IMEETING WEDNESDAY Tl!.e Bishop's statements rever- berated far and wide, but they could not be expected to stall the I TO HONOR VETERANS' fury of his persecutors. 'Pagan- iBm rampant went its way causing disaster. First, ' all parochial schools were closed down. Then all religious teaching was banned. VANCOUVER, Wn., Feb. 4.- The Knights of Columbus Council's "incoln Birthday" anniversary meeting here on Feb. 12 will hon- or war veterans. Veterans will be honored guests and some forty council members who are war vet" erans will receive the ,attractive lapel emblem issued by the Su-' preme Council. Judge ugene Cushing will address the meeting, and the Vancouver Police songst- ers will be on hand to liven up PERSECUTION OF "hen the religious press extermin- ated. Then the good name of the CATHOLICS STILL clergy smeared in "public. But .. Bishop van Preysing was always RIFE IN ALBANIA] amng the first in denouncing vigorously all these meashres hos- tile and.detrimental to the Church. : " = i - The cliinax of this struggle prob- ROME.--(NC-Fides)--The un-!ably was reached on November 2, happy condition of Catholics in A1- [ 1941, when Bishop van Presmv " bantu is indicated in the following ldelivered a sermon at his Cathe- fragtnentary reports that have Jdral, a few blocks away from Hit- the evening. reache d here: Iler's own chancery. The sermon Father and Son Communion Four-secular priests, two Fran-]dealt with the so-called ,'mercy Sunday will be observed on Feb. ciscams ,and two Jesuits are known killings" Hitler himself had de- 8 With Knights and their sons re- to have been killed, and a number creed--a decree that ultimately relying at the 8:30 o'clock lWass. of other priests put in prison, led to the cold-blooded murder of Later a breakfast will be served The Government, which contin- thousands of innocent people: This, at the Evergreen Hotel. ues to. support the Mohammedan he Bishop said, with unconcealed The council's blood donors' club O and Orthodox religious communi- wrath, was "mortal sin" and 'he is very active and all members are ties, has withdrawn its support i told his congregation in outspoken being:typed at St. Joseph Hospital from the Catholic clergy, terms why -this was so. No Ges- where Knights have been answer- The elementary and secondary tapo agent tried to interfere. The ing .many calls for .blood dana- schools and u seminary conducted Bishop was too powerful "a figure tions. by cathohcs have been closed, and for the nazis to touch. orphan asylums under Catholic FolIowedCourageousCurse !SOUTHWESTK direction have met the same fate. This was in the midst of the war l Catholic pastors generally have when the nazi government was ]N]T]ATION been Obliged to discontinue preach- ruppressing all remaining sein- ing lest they be reported as having biance of civil liberties among the uttefe[ sedition or anything mak- German people under the pretext OLYMPIAI FEB,, ]6 "rig {hem liabJ t,o hn@risonmet,, Ahat'le nation wa in danger ..... | In some places even the confes- Bishop van Preysing was not mis- slonals are watchcd with a view led by such pretexts. On March 0LYMPIA--The Knights of Co- toward detecting illegal political 3, 1942, he issued another pastoral lumlhus will cenfer three degrees activity, letter denouncing the wanton con- here, Feb. 16, upon a class of can- fiscation of Berlin church property didates recruited by councils of I by the political police. Their southwest Washington. Candidates Mrs. Mary Schneider J measures, he said, were motivated will be presented ,by Aberdeen, Ha- !by the intention "to destroy Chris- quiam Raymond and outh Bend Di i K t h tian life in 6ur Fatherland." Councils. Officers gram the sev- es n e c an Solemnly he rofessed: '%nshake- eral councils .will participate in de- able is our faith that Jesus Christ gree ceremomes and in, estivities O. will remain victorious, no matter honoring new members. KETCIKAN, Feb. 6---Requiem what He will allow to come over High Mass was offered in Holy us in the way of suffering and Noqu|Qnl Courll] To Name Church here, this morning trials." By the end of that same Honor Past Officers for Mrs. Mary Schneider, who year his Pastoral dated December succumbed to a heart tttack on 13 completed the circle of his cour- Feb. 3. Mrs. Schneider was an geous campaign. This is one of HOQUIAM--Past grand knights exemplary Catholic and was a the documents now issued by his and 25-year members will .be on- devou t member of the local par- chancery in a llS-page volume, ored by Hoquiam Council, K. of C. ish throughout her 30 years rest- The whole text of this paer must at its next meeting. dence here. She w, as 82 years of be read to appreciate its signifi- ,State officers are scheduled to age at the time of her death, cance. There, a German Bishop, visit the council at its irst meet- Surviving Mrs. Schneider are two years before his country's col- ing in ,March. four sons and four daughters. !apse, nailed down all the wicked- William Schneider is president of ness and spuriousness of nazi FBI Women Sponsor the Holy Name Society here. The teachings, condemning the funda- other sons reside in Spokane;, Vic- mental principle of Hitlerism that toria and DaR. Of the daught- might .makes right/ particularly ers, Mrs. Anna Hagevig and Mrs. with regard to its application to Mary. Newell reside here. the then conquered nations as well as to the German people. *P. J. O'ReUly Fights On - Rev. Allied air-raids in the last stage Is Returning.From of the war destroyed both the Alaskan Mission Cathedral and the chancery and KETCHIKAN, Feb. 5--The Rev. also all pe, rsonal belongings of Patrick O'Reilly, S. J., noted Je- Bmhop van Preysing. suit missionary who has been sta- When the war ended, this cor- tionel: in Sitka is visiting here respondent found him in a Berlin briefly en route to Portland, Ore., suburb where he had repaired to a where he will receive new assign- small room in a hospital while the ments in the work of conducting Red Army was overrunning the missions, city. Less tha na year Inter he While o guest at the Sisters wore the purple of a Prince of hospital here, Father O'Reilly the Church, but the men who wore marked his 75th birthday anni- it has not changed. The .times versary, have changed, but some of the ; essential problems the Church had to deal with inder the swastika STATIONERY, have come up once more, Cardinal van Preysing does not budge. He l OFFICE SUPPLIES remains the good shepherd to his l OFFICE FURNITURE flock and will go on preaching the l Gospel against which the powers " _X7, of darkness can never prevail. I COLLEGE GETS GRANT FOR MINE COURSES Trick & Murray ,o,,_, $50,000 grant from a group of Central Pennsyl- STUNTZ & HICKS vania coal producers has" been re- MAin 1440 115 Seneca St. eeived at St. Francis College here i Seattle, 1 to start an educational program for mine supervisors. UNDER ,NEW MANAGEMENT-- NEW TIRES o.oo.,, ,- : 5.50 - 17 15.15 6.50- 16 Plu Tax NEW BATTERIES Open 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.  Sundays, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Spiritual Exercises In Nation's Capital[ WASH INGT)N--Encouraged by i J. Edgar Hoover, director of the] Federal Bureau of Investigation, a I group of 155 FBI women employees I madd a day of recollection at hhe t Waxhington Retreat House ,here. It[ marked what is believed the fir'st time bhat a government group sponsored a day of recollection in the nation's capital. The Rev. Robert G. Lloyd, S. J., director of the Manresa House of Retreats, who is a close friend af Mr. Hoover, conducted he spiritual exercises. PEIPING-- ( NC)--Bishop Faus- tinus Tlssot, of the Parma Foreign Mission Society, who was named Bishop of Chengchow, China, last year, is now on his way to this country. He succeeds the bte Bishop Calza, who died in October 1944. Bishop Tissot was born at Tran- sacqua, in the Archdiocese of Trent, Italy, on May 22, 1901, and was ordained in 1926. ter,' he replied For, as I found out later, he was but a young scholastic preparing to take holy orders as a Jesuit. "Well, Mr. Mc- Goldrick,' resumed I, 'you seem to dissent from my view concering universals. I wish that we might discuses it more fully.' He was l good enough to spend an evening with me .during which he brought me over to the theory of moder- ate realism advocated by Aris- totle and St. Thomas. "When my spiritual adviser left me that evening I remarked that I had often felt very near to the Catholic Church. He laughed mer- rily.. 'Oh,' said he, 'you'l| be a Catholic some day.' When sum- mer school ended, he disappeared. I did not see him for some five years when, as Father James B. McGoldrick, S. J., Dean of Se- attle College, he returned to the University of Washington to com- flete a doctorate in Educational Psychology. Two years afterward he received me into the Church of Rome.'" Was Eager To Share Truth Dr. Cory, from the day of his baptism, was a devout and zeal- DUB Catholic, eager to share eche truth, the beauty and endless de- light he had discovered after a long intelleCtual quest. Father McGoldrick told The Progress, "I never knew anyone who got more out of his faith. He was thoroughly Catholic in thought and purpose. Possessing the humility of a truly gTeat mind, he was most docile in his faith." Dr. Cory assocrated himself, un- ostentatiously, with many Catho- lic works and societies. He was a member of the Holy Name So- ciety, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Third Order of St. Dam- in!c, the John Henry Newman Honorary Society, the Knights of Columbus and was a regular par- ticipant in the anual Laymen's Retreats at St. Martin College. Known as Best Educated Man Born in Providence, R. I., 63 years ago, Dr. Cory spent his life: time in study and teaching. He won his bachelor's degree at Brown's TJniversity in 1906 and his doctor of philosophy degree in 1910 at Harvard. He taught for eight years at the University of California; thqn pursued higher studies and lectured at Jolts Hop- kins University, before joining the University of Washington faculty in 1923. Dr. Cory was long known as "the best educated man on the University of Washington campus. In tracing his intellectual odys- sey in "The Emancipation of a Freethinker," Dr. Cory relates that, for years, he was an agnos- tic humanist. "1 then became a radical, about 90 per cent Marx- inn communist," he wrote "***The social question remained pro- foundly in my thoughts and I be- gan to suspect that Marxian com- munism was far too bourgeois and conservative to solve the vexing problem. ** Bound to discover the validity of common sense, that is to say of critical common sense, I was destined to d:over the philosophi perennis, scholasti- cism. Here, at last, I could only capitulate to the conservative and yet ultrarevolu-tionary truths of the pure Tradition of Christian- i ity. "Th e arguments -- .biological. psTchological, sociological, histori- cil, philosophical and theological --which lead to Catholicism form a colossal web of uncounted strands converging from every side to a common center." Adopted Five Children Dr. Cory is survived by his wife. Mary Ellen Cory and by five chI- dren whom the Corys adopted: Michael, Brigid, Mary Sharon, An- i thony and James. The family home is at 906 14th Ave. North. The solemn Mass of requiem wa sung Tuesday, by the Rev. Em- mett J. Rinn, S. J., pastor of St. Joseph' Church. Present in the sanctuary were the Very Rev. 3oseph P. Dougherty, Chancellon of the Diocese, the Right Rev. Msgr. , Theodore M. Ryan, pastor of the Immaculate the Right Rev. Msgr. J. G. Stafford, pastor of the Assumption Parish, Bellingham. Present also at the Mass were a score of priests, and sisters of several congregations. Members of the Children of Mary scribed as "the chief maim force blocking Russia's way to world control," by Louis F. Budenz, for- mer managing editor of the Daily Worker, communist newspaper, in an address here. .: ,/ Mr. Budenz, who disavowed !:?:J communism to return to the Cath- olic Faith, ,added that the Russian t, campaign of annihilation of the Catholic Church "is in full swing  in virtually every country in the world." ,.';i' Budenz spoke at a dinner mark-. ing the 34th season of the Lay- men's Retroat League. which was  attended by 1,500 persons. %:;. Russia Training for Blitzkreig 'ii,,,ii!:i: ....   said Report and petition will be heard science. He had a profound grasp on the 25th day of February, 1947. at . . 10:00 a. m., at the Court Room of thel of the philosophies of all ages. He Probate Department of said Court. l had read widely in theology and Dated this 28th day of January. 1947.1 " .... " ..... NORMAI R. RIDDELL. [nacl mastered tne great aseeucal Clerk of said Court. and mvstica writers By NORMAN JOITNSON Deputy. i  .... SWEENEY AD DILLON, ' I "Dr. Cory's tak was to build 917 Arctic Building, .... [a temple to truth m the souls of Seattle 4. Wash..t .... [ First publication January 31, 1._947. his student% and the temple was Final pubxication r'eDrllary 14, 1947. MURPHY BROTHERS 955 Empire Bldg. SWEENEY & DILLON Seattle 4, Wash. 917 Arctic Building INts(TIE S..UP. EIIOR COURT OF THI I Seattle 4, Washington rote ofwasn.ington for King Coun-fIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE y. In rooote---o. 97759--Notice of[ State of Washington for the County earing Final Report and Petition I of King. In Probate.--No. 97090. for Distribution. I Notice of Hearing Final Report and In the Matter of the Estate of George [ Petition For Distribution. Edward Love, Deceased. | In the Matter of the Estate of Kath- Notice is hereby given that Margaret ] erine Evelyn Ward, Deceased. Elizabeth Anderson, Administratrix of| Notice is hereby given that Mary the Estate of George Edward Love,|Ward Kerney Administratrix of th naB filed in the office of the Clerk |Estate of Ka'therine Evelyn Ward has of said Court her final Reoort and filed in the office of the Clerk of said petition for distribution, asking the Court her final Report and petition for Court to settle said Report, distribute distribution, asking the Court Io settle the property to the persons thereto said Report. distribute the pronerty to entitled and to discharge said Margaret the persons thereto entitled and to dis- Elizabeth Anderson; and that said Re- charge said Administratrix: and that port and petition will be heard on the 21st day of February, 1947, at 10 A.M., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court. Dated this 21st day of January, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL. Clerk of said Court. By W B. STEEN, Deputy. STUNTZ & HICKS 955 Empire Building Seattle 4, Washington. First publication January 24, 194_7. Final publication February 7, 1947. This country's foreign policy ' transition "from appeasement at DR. ][IERBERT E. CORI r Russia to a firmer position," is Zealous Convert proceeding too slowly Mr. Budenz from Forest Ridge Convent at- contended, adding 'Russia has not Add TO Her Char00s! tended as an honor guard, retreated from her policy of con- Honorary pallbearers, including quest ,and blitzkreig and is train- Soy Love You" with o tiny gold fan ing thousands of conscript sold- a number of Dr. Cory's colleagues iers in the subjugated countries." Or o phone, if you ccln't drop d lne. from the University were: Dr. "Why does not the United States Philip Van Phul, Dean David government move for the xpul- A Wishing Well, or a Horseshoe, for luck. Thompson, Dr. Stevenson Smith, sion of the bloody puppet Polish She'd love o chorm os o Vo[entine. Dr. Henry Lucas, Dr. Dudley regime from the United Nations ?" Griffith, Dr. Edwin Guthrie, Pro- he asked. "Everyone knows that A gold bracelet charm makes a h)vely gift for fessor Glen Lutey, Professor Wai- the 'four freedoms' are crushed a.ll_V occasion. Our selection starts at $2.50 ter Isaaes, Ernest Barnard, Paul underfoot in Poland and also in GreggandWilliamJ. coyle. :Roumania, Bulgaria and Yugo-  .,')- ,..,._ :- Active pallbearers were Daniel, slavic. The pledge of our figliting Richard and John Vaughn, John men that these 'freedoms' would Fitzgerald, James Broard and be extended is not being kept." Gregory Crawley. " _,. . Interment ,.-,as in Calvary Cem- DR CORY'S LATEST etery under direction of the Bon- I " 1510 Westla/c ,4venue, Seallle ney-Watson Mortuary. Father McCldrick Preaches WORK IS SOON TO Reg;sfered Jewelers, Amer;can Gem Soc;ef ....... Father McGoldrick chose for BE PUBLISHED CI re B t h L .... the text of the sermon he deliver- ed for his former teacher and pu- o o o u e ........ pil, words taken from the Gospel Dr. Herbert __ Cory's latest read intheMass: work. "The Significance of Beauty Gi The R "I am the Resurrection and the and Nature and Art," is soon to V e s e o s o n s .... : ..... life" He that believes in Me' al" be published' psthumusly bY F H C i though he be dead, shall live!'" Bruce and Co. of Milwaukee. or er onvers on -::::- "The Emancipation of a Free .... - Father McGoldrick dynamical- i thinker" also ,ublished by Bruce ly presented the teachings of faith .... " r ...... , (Continued from 'age 1) Death, stirred in her by despair and ..... .. . ' I ln xa, was oemcaceu oy ur. disorder of the depression era, wg " ' on me questions of life and death. [ Corv to three nriests who had war) were deet)ly renewed, evcn made inescapable for her by the It was God's truth spoken by a - " - --- . ' . [assisted hm in hm mtellectuai then I had no idea that I ought [o war, Mrs. Luce reveals, and the -': '. pupal for his master and by a mas- [ "emancination " ter for his pupil, drawing aside[ z; am,o, ,rface re a" be, or become one of his daught- quest for an answer to that ques a" the , ............. a v ..... somber veil of death to reveal ! "To Father,William J O'Brien ers." tion absorbed her. Mrs. Lure tells bf her visits to i To deal with bhat question, she " ' the transendant fact of life etern- whose enial niety inspired me to he cathedrals of France and Ger-lwrites, "[ was exceedingly ,badly " al whc Dr Cory had so greatly  r h t , " - ] search systematically fo t a many during t.he travels of her Iequipped by what passed for anex ...... comprehended at the end of h o m *. '1 which is evidently so real t h" ; youthful days, and o[ "the sense of Ice]lent w.odern education, which h'aW tong oayssey, c r" k [ Father James B. M Gold m , S. deep peace" she f-und in them. i sl.vw!:, ihrou;rb the ycav: cmptied Dath a Thri]Hng Advcnture l J., whose erudition and holiness [ 'Defended' Cathedrals. I my head of all religious dogma and .- Father McGoldrick's sermon, in and patient dialectic exorcised my I "In my early twenties when my filled-it with a core or more o'f " I part, ollows: last arrogant negations; head was full of Voltaire and Mon- Imore secular dogmas. - ..... "I wonder if we present here Father Francis A. Pope, O. P.. l tesquieu nd Didcrot awl other Her creed of "]iberaUsm " t]ia' t , " ": " i- h "  "  " " fully realizc that death is the cl:.- with deepest gratitude for yearslbrflaan and ustv down-wh-the-is, a che; that an m, mahen- - max of human existence? Death of continued counsel, so detached i Church-of-Rome writers or the 18thiab]e " personal rights which are u- - ' is the focal point toward which and so purehearted, century, I still never failed to de-iperor to l,roperty rights, she - move all human events and hap- Dr. Cory opened the first chap- fend cathedrals as being somchow found to be deficient because bhe penings. The moment of death is ter of this work with these words objects which ought to be consid-so-called liberals denied the exist= .... the most eternally si'gnifJcant one of St. Augustine: ered separately from the mischiev- ence of the Absolute Law Giver ..... in man's career. Our eternal san "' ration depends on that instant. "Thou has made us for Thy- DUB and superstitious hocus-pocus who had endowed man with his m- Yet, death is life's most ,thrilling self, O God, and our hearts are preached within their walls," she alienable ri-hts ..... restless until they rest in Thee." writes.  adventure. 'gI wou]d recall that there was, ... "In death, man having burst the CATHOLICS NUMBER 658,488 'somet,hing' about a Catholic ca-] K]$h0. Armstron00 .... bonds that slaackled him to earth, 1N SCOTLAND: 6,614 INCREASE thedral that 'moved everybody.': -- r -- -  ........ enters a new world and seeks ful- LONDON.- Scotland has a Sometimes I said that 'something' ,aC;ves "" .ve;e -lZor :::i , ness of life for the soul, Infinite Catholic population of 658,488, an was art, and that ,my cathedral Truth for the mind, Infinite Good increase of 6,614 over the total a emotions had been esthetic, " she B i i a a for the will." year ago, according to the new est c a, 00r.er sets forth. "Sometimes I settled Here Father McGoldrick graph- Scottish Catholic Directory, which for the idea that it was a rathe- " ...... ically portrays the soul at the has been issued here. dral's 'magnificent emptiness,' as SACRAMENTO. Feb. 3.--A--: moment of accounting, standing Priests number 947, an increase though emptiness could e-,'cr make i admixture of sympathy, trader: in the presence of the all-pure of 49. itself felt s violenth, as 'some- standing and brotherly love are .... and all-just God. The Church, he thing'! I know what it was: it was lth e be.t ingredients for makinga --- " said, realizes men's needs, the built from data received from rea- the Real Presence." i decent social order, B:shop Robert .... 7 necessity for expiation as they son and revelation. What she calls the "double-bar: j. Armstrong of Sacramento, as, .... "bid farewell to their earthly ten- "He grasped life adequately. He reled" Great Question of Life and serted in an address which climax- ...... + ements of clay." understood the nature of the uni- ed thp two-day sessions of Sacra-- .... verse and man's place in it. His Bu(ienz Book In Press mento's first C aU]olic Conference- " Pray For His Soul prodigios intellect haxl simplified on Industrial Problems. "'Her ministers she cloLhes, this life' complexities. The m,Jch-outicipated b o o k. The Bi.+hop. who with the morni_g, in the sabI vestments His Philosophy of Life. "This ls My Story," by Louis F. Knights of Columbus, here, joint-- ....... of sorrow and penance," he con- "His philosophy of life was Budenz, who forsook ccmmunism ly sponsored the Conference, as- tinued. "In the Mass she offers composed of the following points: and tie editorship of the commun-serted that the reform of the So= '--: her petitions and in the canberra- "There is a God, the Father Al- ist paper, The Daily Worker, to : cial order and the renewal of the ..... tion of the Mass, the Body and mighty, Creator of heaven and return to the Catholic laith, has lChrlstian spirit go hand in hand: ..... Blood of Christ in atonement for earth.  gonc to press and will be publish- ] The sessions attracted an array of - =. " transgressions. "Jesus Christ is also God.--'and ed shortly, it has been announced i nationally-known leaders in the ..... "We arc children of a common in Jesus Christ, His only Son, Our by the Thomas More Book Club, i fields of indus,try, labor and s Oci "" ' Father, we are children of God Lord.' of Chicago. ,ology. ..... and adopted brothers of Jesus "Man has an immortal soul. en-- . .-: Christ, members of the Mystical dawed with intellect and free will. "- : ....... Body of Christ. We are methber "Man's goal is to see God. face ........ of the Communion of Saints. This to face, when the day of life is VESTMENTS ...... implies help and friendship be- over. Lween the militant on earth, the "Man is here to prepare for the Copes, Chasubles, Da]matics, _* :' suffering in purgatory and the world to come. Benediction V e i I s, Benediction glorious in heaven. "Believing firmly in t h e s e Stoles and Burses, Ciborium .... " 'It is a holy and wholesome truths, Dr. Cory considered life as Covers, Tabernacle Veils, Sane  " .... thought to pray for the dead, that a period of probaUon, trial and tuary Veils, Banners for Holy  they may be loosed from their stewardship." Name Societies, Canopies, Alb.., sins.' Lesson of Life and Death Cassocks for Boys .... "This is the reason we are here Father McGeldrick then pictur- You will find in my stock, only - this morning: to offer the Mass ed the lesson of life and death that finer prd-war material an" =' and our prayers for the soul f so familiar in the phases of na- at greatly reduced prices. - , our dear friend, Herbert Ellsworth ture. Flowers blocm'ng and dy- bet I : " Cory. who, a few days ago, in ing, leaves falling only to answer Peter ne;n-ru ..... obedience to the will of GOd. the call of another spring in new placed upon the altar of sacrifice arrays; the sun setting to rie .... : the holocaust f his life. again in a new day. He asked: VESTMENT MAKER :. Kindly, Cultured Friend "Shall only mgn, created in the 6722 Brynhurst Ave. -, "Dr Cory was to all who knew image of God be allowed to re- Los Angeles, .t3, Calif. him a friend -- a hospitable, gen- main in the tomb? ............ ial, kindly, cultured friend. He And he-answered: "We know was a scholar of the first magni- from revelation: 'I am the resur- tude. No field of knowledge was rection and the life. He that be- OLYMPIC HOTEL alien to him. In the field of sci- lieves in me, although he be dead. 5th Ave. at University ence he had a master's grasp of shall live!' Death merely means physics, chemistry, biology and that life is changed but is not anatomy. He was at home in mu- taken away. ,Death is the begin- sc, literature and astronomy. He ning of life, the beginning of true was thoroughly versed in the social activity, a homecoming, a wel- sciences, economics and political come home! "We now commend Herbert Cory's body to the calm stillne. of the tomb. We comfort and con- COLLEGE sole ourselves with Christ's prom- SHOP ise thatthegravewillone day be  311 880[ conquered, and we trustfully await: 4508 University Wa 7 the dawn of the glory of the Seattle resurrection morn." CHEVRON STATION 000014-22nd Ave. N. W. SU. 9677 " ?=:71;:: ., ,%:* " NORTHWEST PROGRESS Page F[.ve : Friloy, February 7, 1947 '--:-: I| I V .. The Guild Book Shop . Presents A HANDSOME--NEW! GREETI NG CARD DEPARTMENT in time for Valentine's Day With Gay Valentines. for All Your Friends and Family. Every Day Cards from All the Best Lines, Too! Visit Our Shop Today ! The @uilcl Book Shop :THE CATHOLIC BOOK STORE 1328 6th Ave. SE. 2514 (6th bet. Union & University) Seattle, L X00oic 00rfin Prelate Is En R0uteToU.S, (Continued from Page 1) they could not dismiss with bland- ishing and conusing language But the struggle went on. After Pope Plus XI had issued his great En- i cyclical "Mit brennnder Sorge" condemning nazi doctrines, Bishop van Preysing followed it up with a pastoral letter of his own, dated November 30, 1937, which spoke of the persistent nazi attempts "to misrepresent, abuse and heap scorn on our holy faith." And he went on: "In these times when re- ligious freedom is restrained and consciences are oppressed a spirit hostile to Christianity dominates public life to a growing degree... Today the believing Catholic in Germany finds provisions of a state of siege applied against him and he must suffer scorn and con- tempt, vexations and privatidns of freedom because of his faith with- out the means to defend himself while the foes of the Church enjoy freedom of speech, of attack and mockery." CATHOLIC % }PRIEST CHAPLAINS IDrama of Faith and .6uden=Coll,: [ ND R .' [ Church Chief fl GET NEW STATUS Life Mark Requiem = IN VET HOSPITALS, For Dr H E Cor- Road Block To il _. Seven Catholic chaplains serv- , __ _ " " " I ' -- -. -- " ' ]    J=i;' .....  UJL Or'C ;gl::eneSAdhiwn::rhtaiOen :::n' (Continued from Page 1) Russ f0nauest ........... * = cnd=e:n, n:hTefSt;tv H::;Yinc Whh'nm.Cl,aa2:r:. di:ili: ,e/1No I, s t_ " ; ' service, announced today. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 3.-- (NC)  (" , Catholic chaplains serve on a --The Catholic Church was de- :, .% part time basis but. have been ,   . accorded equal status with full- time chaplains. Chaplaincy ap- potments are made on the bsis of the percentage of hospitalized veterans of each faith. In the six month period from July through December, attend- ance at Catholic masses in VA hospibals increased almost 300 per cent. Serving in Northwest VA hospi- tals aye Father John Egan, Van- couver, Wash.; Father Gabriel P. Donohue, American Lake, Wash.; Father Jeremiah oughlan, Rose- burg, Ore.; Father John J. Cairn- nan, Walla Walla, Wash.; Farther Emmet Shea, Fort Harrison, M0nt.; Father Nichol, as G. Hughes, Boise, Idaho; Father William S. Walsh, Portland, Ore. t VANCOUVER K, OF C, Persecution Followed IMEETING WEDNESDAY Tl!.e Bishop's statements rever- berated far and wide, but they could not be expected to stall the I TO HONOR VETERANS' fury of his persecutors. 'Pagan- iBm rampant went its way causing disaster. First, ' all parochial schools were closed down. Then all religious teaching was banned. VANCOUVER, Wn., Feb. 4.- The Knights of Columbus Council's "incoln Birthday" anniversary meeting here on Feb. 12 will hon- or war veterans. Veterans will be honored guests and some forty council members who are war vet" erans will receive the ,attractive lapel emblem issued by the Su-' preme Council. Judge ugene Cushing will address the meeting, and the Vancouver Police songst- ers will be on hand to liven up PERSECUTION OF "hen the religious press extermin- ated. Then the good name of the CATHOLICS STILL clergy smeared in "public. But .. Bishop van Preysing was always RIFE IN ALBANIA] amng the first in denouncing vigorously all these meashres hos- tile and.detrimental to the Church. : " = i - The cliinax of this struggle prob- ROME.--(NC-Fides)--The un-!ably was reached on November 2, happy condition of Catholics in A1- [ 1941, when Bishop van Presmv " bantu is indicated in the following ldelivered a sermon at his Cathe- fragtnentary reports that have Jdral, a few blocks away from Hit- the evening. reache d here: Iler's own chancery. The sermon Father and Son Communion Four-secular priests, two Fran-]dealt with the so-called ,'mercy Sunday will be observed on Feb. ciscams ,and two Jesuits are known killings" Hitler himself had de- 8 With Knights and their sons re- to have been killed, and a number creed--a decree that ultimately relying at the 8:30 o'clock lWass. of other priests put in prison, led to the cold-blooded murder of Later a breakfast will be served The Government, which contin- thousands of innocent people: This, at the Evergreen Hotel. ues to. support the Mohammedan he Bishop said, with unconcealed The council's blood donors' club O and Orthodox religious communi- wrath, was "mortal sin" and 'he is very active and all members are ties, has withdrawn its support i told his congregation in outspoken being:typed at St. Joseph Hospital from the Catholic clergy, terms why -this was so. No Ges- where Knights have been answer- The elementary and secondary tapo agent tried to interfere. The ing .many calls for .blood dana- schools and u seminary conducted Bishop was too powerful "a figure tions. by cathohcs have been closed, and for the nazis to touch. orphan asylums under Catholic FolIowedCourageousCurse !SOUTHWESTK direction have met the same fate. This was in the midst of the war l Catholic pastors generally have when the nazi government was ]N]T]ATION been Obliged to discontinue preach- ruppressing all remaining sein- ing lest they be reported as having biance of civil liberties among the uttefe[ sedition or anything mak- German people under the pretext OLYMPIAI FEB,, ]6 "rig {hem liabJ t,o hn@risonmet,, Ahat'le nation wa in danger ..... | In some places even the confes- Bishop van Preysing was not mis- slonals are watchcd with a view led by such pretexts. On March 0LYMPIA--The Knights of Co- toward detecting illegal political 3, 1942, he issued another pastoral lumlhus will cenfer three degrees activity, letter denouncing the wanton con- here, Feb. 16, upon a class of can- fiscation of Berlin church property didates recruited by councils of I by the political police. Their southwest Washington. Candidates Mrs. Mary Schneider J measures, he said, were motivated will be presented ,by Aberdeen, Ha- !by the intention "to destroy Chris- quiam Raymond and outh Bend Di i K t h tian life in 6ur Fatherland." Councils. Officers gram the sev- es n e c an Solemnly he rofessed: '%nshake- eral councils .will participate in de- able is our faith that Jesus Christ gree ceremomes and in, estivities O. will remain victorious, no matter honoring new members. KETCIKAN, Feb. 6---Requiem what He will allow to come over High Mass was offered in Holy us in the way of suffering and Noqu|Qnl Courll] To Name Church here, this morning trials." By the end of that same Honor Past Officers for Mrs. Mary Schneider, who year his Pastoral dated December succumbed to a heart tttack on 13 completed the circle of his cour- Feb. 3. Mrs. Schneider was an geous campaign. This is one of HOQUIAM--Past grand knights exemplary Catholic and was a the documents now issued by his and 25-year members will .be on- devou t member of the local par- chancery in a llS-page volume, ored by Hoquiam Council, K. of C. ish throughout her 30 years rest- The whole text of this paer must at its next meeting. dence here. She w, as 82 years of be read to appreciate its signifi- ,State officers are scheduled to age at the time of her death, cance. There, a German Bishop, visit the council at its irst meet- Surviving Mrs. Schneider are two years before his country's col- ing in ,March. four sons and four daughters. !apse, nailed down all the wicked- William Schneider is president of ness and spuriousness of nazi FBI Women Sponsor the Holy Name Society here. The teachings, condemning the funda- other sons reside in Spokane;, Vic- mental principle of Hitlerism that toria and DaR. Of the daught- might .makes right/ particularly ers, Mrs. Anna Hagevig and Mrs. with regard to its application to Mary. Newell reside here. the then conquered nations as well as to the German people. *P. J. O'ReUly Fights On - Rev. Allied air-raids in the last stage Is Returning.From of the war destroyed both the Alaskan Mission Cathedral and the chancery and KETCHIKAN, Feb. 5--The Rev. also all pe, rsonal belongings of Patrick O'Reilly, S. J., noted Je- Bmhop van Preysing. suit missionary who has been sta- When the war ended, this cor- tionel: in Sitka is visiting here respondent found him in a Berlin briefly en route to Portland, Ore., suburb where he had repaired to a where he will receive new assign- small room in a hospital while the ments in the work of conducting Red Army was overrunning the missions, city. Less tha na year Inter he While o guest at the Sisters wore the purple of a Prince of hospital here, Father O'Reilly the Church, but the men who wore marked his 75th birthday anni- it has not changed. The .times versary, have changed, but some of the ; essential problems the Church had to deal with inder the swastika STATIONERY, have come up once more, Cardinal van Preysing does not budge. He l OFFICE SUPPLIES remains the good shepherd to his l OFFICE FURNITURE flock and will go on preaching the l Gospel against which the powers " _X7, of darkness can never prevail. I COLLEGE GETS GRANT FOR MINE COURSES Trick & Murray ,o,,_, $50,000 grant from a group of Central Pennsyl- STUNTZ & HICKS vania coal producers has" been re- MAin 1440 115 Seneca St. eeived at St. Francis College here i Seattle, 1 to start an educational program for mine supervisors. UNDER ,NEW MANAGEMENT-- NEW TIRES o.oo.,, ,- : 5.50 - 17 15.15 6.50- 16 Plu Tax NEW BATTERIES Open 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.  Sundays, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Spiritual Exercises In Nation's Capital[ WASH INGT)N--Encouraged by i J. Edgar Hoover, director of the] Federal Bureau of Investigation, a I group of 155 FBI women employees I madd a day of recollection at hhe t Waxhington Retreat House ,here. It[ marked what is believed the fir'st time bhat a government group sponsored a day of recollection in the nation's capital. The Rev. Robert G. Lloyd, S. J., director of the Manresa House of Retreats, who is a close friend af Mr. Hoover, conducted he spiritual exercises. PEIPING-- ( NC)--Bishop Faus- tinus Tlssot, of the Parma Foreign Mission Society, who was named Bishop of Chengchow, China, last year, is now on his way to this country. He succeeds the bte Bishop Calza, who died in October 1944. Bishop Tissot was born at Tran- sacqua, in the Archdiocese of Trent, Italy, on May 22, 1901, and was ordained in 1926. ter,' he replied For, as I found out later, he was but a young scholastic preparing to take holy orders as a Jesuit. "Well, Mr. Mc- Goldrick,' resumed I, 'you seem to dissent from my view concering universals. I wish that we might discuses it more fully.' He was l good enough to spend an evening with me .during which he brought me over to the theory of moder- ate realism advocated by Aris- totle and St. Thomas. "When my spiritual adviser left me that evening I remarked that I had often felt very near to the Catholic Church. He laughed mer- rily.. 'Oh,' said he, 'you'l| be a Catholic some day.' When sum- mer school ended, he disappeared. I did not see him for some five years when, as Father James B. McGoldrick, S. J., Dean of Se- attle College, he returned to the University of Washington to com- flete a doctorate in Educational Psychology. Two years afterward he received me into the Church of Rome.'" Was Eager To Share Truth Dr. Cory, from the day of his baptism, was a devout and zeal- DUB Catholic, eager to share eche truth, the beauty and endless de- light he had discovered after a long intelleCtual quest. Father McGoldrick told The Progress, "I never knew anyone who got more out of his faith. He was thoroughly Catholic in thought and purpose. Possessing the humility of a truly gTeat mind, he was most docile in his faith." Dr. Cory assocrated himself, un- ostentatiously, with many Catho- lic works and societies. He was a member of the Holy Name So- ciety, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Third Order of St. Dam- in!c, the John Henry Newman Honorary Society, the Knights of Columbus and was a regular par- ticipant in the anual Laymen's Retreats at St. Martin College. Known as Best Educated Man Born in Providence, R. I., 63 years ago, Dr. Cory spent his life: time in study and teaching. He won his bachelor's degree at Brown's TJniversity in 1906 and his doctor of philosophy degree in 1910 at Harvard. He taught for eight years at the University of California; thqn pursued higher studies and lectured at Jolts Hop- kins University, before joining the University of Washington faculty in 1923. Dr. Cory was long known as "the best educated man on the University of Washington campus. In tracing his intellectual odys- sey in "The Emancipation of a Freethinker," Dr. Cory relates that, for years, he was an agnos- tic humanist. "1 then became a radical, about 90 per cent Marx- inn communist," he wrote "***The social question remained pro- foundly in my thoughts and I be- gan to suspect that Marxian com- munism was far too bourgeois and conservative to solve the vexing problem. ** Bound to discover the validity of common sense, that is to say of critical common sense, I was destined to d:over the philosophi perennis, scholasti- cism. Here, at last, I could only capitulate to the conservative and yet ultrarevolu-tionary truths of the pure Tradition of Christian- i ity. "The arguments -- .biological. psTchological, sociological, histori- cil, philosophical and theological --which lead to Catholicism form a colossal web of uncounted strands converging from every side to a common center." Adopted Five Children Dr. Cory is survived by his wife. Mary Ellen Cory and by five chI- dren whom the Corys adopted: Michael, Brigid, Mary Sharon, An- i thony and James. The family home is at 906 14th Ave. North. The solemn Mass of requiem wa sung Tuesday, by the Rev. Em- mett J. Rinn, S. J., pastor of St. Joseph' Church. Present in the sanctuary were the Very Rev. 3oseph P. Dougherty, Chancellon of the Diocese, the Right Rev. Msgr. , Theodore M. Ryan, pastor of the Immaculate the Right Rev. Msgr. J. G. Stafford, pastor of the Assumption Parish, Bellingham. Present also at the Mass were a score of priests, and sisters of several congregations. Members of the Children of Mary scribed as "the chief maim force blocking Russia's way to world control," by Louis F. Budenz, for- mer managing editor of the Daily Worker, communist newspaper, in an address here. .: ,/ Mr. Budenz, who disavowed !:?:J communism to return to the Cath- olic Faith, ,added that the Russian t, campaign of annihilation of the Catholic Church "is in full swing  in virtually every country in the world." ,.';i' Budenz spoke at a dinner mark-. ing the 34th season of the Lay- men's Retroat League. which was  attended by 1,500 persons. %:;. Russia Training for Blitzkreig 'ii,,,ii!:i: ....   said Report and petition will be heard science. He had a profound grasp on the 25th day of February, 1947. at . . 10:00 a. m., at the Court Room of thel of the philosophies of all ages. He Probate Department of said Court. l had read widely in theology and Dated this 28th day of January. 1947.1 " .... " ..... NORMAI R. RIDDELL. [nacl mastered tne great aseeucal Clerk of said Court. and mvstica writers By NORMAN JOITNSON Deputy. i  .... SWEENEY AD DILLON, ' I "Dr. Cory's tak was to build 917 Arctic Building, .... [a temple to truth m the souls of Seattle 4. Wash..t .... [ First publication January 31, 1._947. his student% and the temple was Final pubxication r'eDrllary 14, 1947. MURPHY BROTHERS 955 Empire Bldg. SWEENEY & DILLON Seattle 4, Wash. 917 Arctic Building INts(TIE S..UP. EIIOR COURT OF THI I Seattle 4, Washington rote ofwasn.ington for King Coun-fIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE y. In rooote---o. 97759--Notice of[ State of Washington for the County earing Final Report and Petition I of King. In Probate.--No. 97090. for Distribution. I Notice of Hearing Final Report and In the Matter of the Estate of George [ Petition For Distribution. Edward Love, Deceased. | In the Matter of the Estate of Kath- Notice is hereby given that Margaret ] erine Evelyn Ward, Deceased. Elizabeth Anderson, Administratrix of| Notice is hereby given that Mary the Estate of George Edward Love,|Ward Kerney Administratrix of th naB filed in the office of the Clerk |Estate of Ka'therine Evelyn Ward has of said Court her final Reoort and filed in the office of the Clerk of said petition for distribution, asking the Court her final Report and petition for Court to settle said Report, distribute distribution, asking the Court Io settle the property to the persons thereto said Report. distribute the pronerty to entitled and to discharge said Margaret the persons thereto entitled and to dis- Elizabeth Anderson; and that said Re- charge said Administratrix: and that port and petition will be heard on the 21st day of February, 1947, at 10 A.M., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court. Dated this 21st day of January, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL. Clerk of said Court. By W B. STEEN, Deputy. STUNTZ & HICKS 955 Empire Building Seattle 4, Washington. First publication January 24, 194_7. Final publication February 7, 1947. This country's foreign policy ' transition "from appeasement at DR. ][IERBERT E. CORI r Russia to a firmer position," is Zealous Convert proceeding too slowly Mr. Budenz from Forest Ridge Convent at- contended, adding 'Russia has not Add TO Her Char00s! tended as an honor guard, retreated from her policy of con- Honorary pallbearers, including quest ,and blitzkreig and is train- Soy Love You" with o tiny gold fan ing thousands of conscript sold- a number of Dr. Cory's colleagues iers in the subjugated countries." Or o phone, if you ccln't drop d lne. from the University were: Dr. "Why does not the United States Philip Van Phul, Dean David government move for the xpul- A Wishing Well, or a Horseshoe, for luck. Thompson, Dr. Stevenson Smith, sion of the bloody puppet Polish She'd love o chorm os o Vo[entine. Dr. Henry Lucas, Dr. Dudley regime from the United Nations ?" Griffith, Dr. Edwin Guthrie, Pro- he asked. "Everyone knows that A gold bracelet charm makes a h)vely gift for fessor Glen Lutey, Professor Wai- the 'four freedoms' are crushed a.ll_V occasion. Our selection starts at $2.50 ter Isaaes, Ernest Barnard, Paul underfoot in Poland and also in GreggandWilliamJ. coyle. :Roumania, Bulgaria and Yugo-  .,')- ,..,._ :- Active pallbearers were Daniel, slavic. The pledge of our figliting Richard and John Vaughn, John men that these 'freedoms' would Fitzgerald, James Broard and be extended is not being kept." Gregory Crawley. " _,. . Interment ,.-,as in Calvary Cem- DR CORY'S LATEST etery under direction of the Bon- I " 1510 Westla/c ,4venue, Seallle ney-Watson Mortuary. Father McCldrick Preaches WORK IS SOON TO Reg;sfered Jewelers, Amer;can Gem Soc;ef ....... Father McGoldrick chose for BE PUBLISHED CI re B t h L .... the text of the sermon he deliver- ed for his former teacher and pu- o o o u e ........ pil, words taken from the Gospel Dr. Herbert __ Cory's latest read intheMass: work. "The Significance of Beauty Gi The R "I am the Resurrection and the and Nature and Art," is soon to V e s e o s o n s .... : ..... life" He that believes in Me' al" be published' psthumusly bY F H C i though he be dead, shall live!'" Bruce and Co. of Milwaukee. or er onvers on -::::- "The Emancipation of a Free .... - Father McGoldrick dynamical- i thinker" also ,ublished by Bruce ly presented the teachings of faith .... " r ...... , (Continued from 'age 1) Death, stirred in her by despair and ..... .. . ' I ln xa, was oemcaceu oy ur. disorder of the depression era, wg " ' on me questions of life and death. [ Corv to three nriests who had war) were deet)ly renewed, evcn made inescapable for her by the It was God's truth spoken by a - " - --- . ' . [assisted hm in hm mtellectuai then I had no idea that I ought [o war, Mrs. Luce reveals, and the -': '. pupal for his master and by a mas- [ "emancination " ter for his pupil, drawing aside[ z; am,o, ,rface re a" be, or become one of his daught- quest for an answer to that ques a" the , ............. a v ..... somber veil of death to reveal ! "To Father,William J O'Brien ers." tion absorbed her. Mrs. Lure tells bf her visits to i To deal with bhat question, she " ' the transendant fact of life etern- whose enial niety inspired me to he cathedrals of France and Ger-lwrites, "[ was exceedingly ,badly " al whc Dr Cory had so greatly  r h t , " - ] search systematically fo t a many during t.he travels of her Iequipped by what passed for anex ...... comprehended at the end of h o m *. '1 which is evidently so real t h" ; youthful days, and o[ "the sense of Ice]lent w.odern education, which h'aW tong oayssey, c r" k [ Father James B. M Gold m , S. deep peace" she f-und in them. i sl.vw!:, ihrou;rb the ycav: cmptied Dath a Thri]Hng Advcnture l J., whose erudition and holiness [ 'Defended' Cathedrals. I my head of all religious dogma and .- Father McGoldrick's sermon, in and patient dialectic exorcised my I "In my early twenties when my filled-it with a core or more o'f " I part, ollows: last arrogant negations; head was full of Voltaire and Mon- Imore secular dogmas. - ..... "I wonder if we present here Father Francis A. Pope, O. P.. l tesquieu nd Didcrot awl other Her creed of "]iberaUsm " t]ia' t , " ": " i- h "  "  " " fully realizc that death is the cl:.- with deepest gratitude for yearslbrflaan and ustv down-wh-the-is, a che; that an m, mahen- - max of human existence? Death of continued counsel, so detached i Church-of-Rome writers or the 18thiab]e " personal rights which are u- - ' is the focal point toward which and so purehearted, century, I still never failed to de-iperor to l,roperty rights, she - move all human events and hap- Dr. Cory opened the first chap- fend cathedrals as being somchow found to be deficient because bhe penings. The moment of death is ter of this work with these words objects which ought to be consid-so-called liberals denied the exist= .... the most eternally si'gnifJcant one of St. Augustine: ered separately from the mischiev- ence of the Absolute Law Giver ..... in man's career. Our eternal san "' ration depends on that instant. "Thou has made us for Thy- DUB and superstitious hocus-pocus who had endowed man with his m- Yet, death is life's most ,thrilling self, O God, and our hearts are preached within their walls," she alienable ri-hts ..... restless until they rest in Thee." writes.  adventure. 'gI wou]d recall that there was, ... "In death, man having burst the CATHOLICS NUMBER 658,488 'somet,hing' about a Catholic ca-] K]$h0. Armstron00 .... bonds that slaackled him to earth, 1N SCOTLAND: 6,614 INCREASE thedral that 'moved everybody.': -- r -- -  ........ enters a new world and seeks ful- LONDON.- Scotland has a Sometimes I said that 'something' ,aC;ves "" .ve;e -lZor :::i , ness of life for the soul, Infinite Catholic population of 658,488, an was art, and that ,my cathedral Truth for the mind, Infinite Good increase of 6,614 over the total a emotions had been esthetic, " she B i i a a for the will." year ago, according to the new est c a, 00r.er sets forth. "Sometimes I settled Here Father McGoldrick graph- Scottish Catholic Directory, which for the idea that it was a rathe- " ...... ically portrays the soul at the has been issued here. dral's 'magnificent emptiness,' as SACRAMENTO. Feb. 3.--A--: moment of accounting, standing Priests number 947, an increase though emptiness could e-,'cr make i admixture of sympathy, trader: in the presence of the all-pure of 49. itself felt s violenth, as 'some- standing and brotherly love are .... and all-just God. The Church, he thing'! I know what it was: it was lth e be.t ingredients for makinga --- " said, realizes men's needs, the built from data received from rea- the Real Presence." i decent social order, B:shop Robert .... 7 necessity for expiation as they son and revelation. What she calls the "double-bar: j. Armstrong of Sacramento, as, .... "bid farewell to their earthly ten- "He grasped life adequately. He reled" Great Question of Life and serted in an address which climax- ...... + ements of clay." understood the nature of the uni- ed thp two-day sessions of Sacra-- .... verse and man's place in it. His Bu(ienz Book In Press mento's first C aU]olic Conference- " Pray For His Soul prodigios intellect haxl simplified on Industrial Problems. "'Her ministers she cloLhes, this life' complexities. The m,Jch-outicipated b o o k. The Bi.+hop. who with the morni_g, in the sabI vestments His Philosophy of Life. "This ls My Story," by Louis F. Knights of Columbus, here, joint-- ....... of sorrow and penance," he con- "His philosophy of life was Budenz, who forsook ccmmunism ly sponsored the Conference, as- tinued. "In the Mass she offers composed of the following points: and tie editorship of the commun-serted that the reform of the So= '--: her petitions and in the canberra- "There is a God, the Father Al- ist paper, The Daily Worker, to : cial order and the renewal of the ..... tion of the Mass, the Body and mighty, Creator of heaven and return to the Catholic laith, has lChrlstian spirit go hand in hand: ..... Blood of Christ in atonement for earth.  gonc to press and will be publish- ] The sessions attracted an array of - =. " transgressions. "Jesus Christ is also God.--'and ed shortly, it has been announced i nationally-known leaders in the ..... "We arc children of a common in Jesus Christ, His only Son, Our by the Thomas More Book Club, i fields of indus,try, labor and s Oci "" ' Father, we are children of God Lord.' of Chicago. ,ology. ..... and adopted brothers of Jesus "Man has an immortal soul. en-- . .-: Christ, members of the Mystical dawed with intellect and free will. "- : ....... Body of Christ. We are methber "Man's goal is to see God. face ........ of the Communion of Saints. This to face, when the day of life is VESTMENTS ...... implies help and friendship be- over. Lween the militant on earth, the "Man is here to prepare for the Copes, Chasubles, Da]matics, _* :' suffering in purgatory and the world to come. Benediction V e i I s, Benediction glorious in heaven. "Believing firmly in t h e s e Stoles and Burses, Ciborium .... " 'It is a holy and wholesome truths, Dr. Cory considered life as Covers, Tabernacle Veils, Sane  " .... thought to pray for the dead, that a period of probaUon, trial and tuary Veils, Banners for Holy  they may be loosed from their stewardship." Name Societies, Canopies, Alb.., sins.' Lesson of Life and Death Cassocks for Boys .... "This is the reason we are here Father McGeldrick then pictur- You will find in my stock, only - this morning: to offer the Mass ed the lesson of life and death that finer prd-war material an" =' and our prayers for the soul f so familiar in the phases of na- at greatly reduced prices. - , our dear friend, Herbert Ellsworth ture. Flowers blocm'ng and dy- bet I : " Cory. who, a few days ago, in ing, leaves falling only to answer Peter ne;n-ru ..... obedience to the will of GOd. the call of another spring in new placed upon the altar of sacrifice arrays; the sun setting to rie .... : the holocaust f his life. again in a new day. He asked: VESTMENT MAKER :. Kindly, Cultured Friend "Shall only mgn, created in the 6722 Brynhurst Ave. -, "Dr Cory was to all who knew image of God be allowed to re- Los Angeles, .t3, Calif. him a friend -- a hospitable, gen- main in the tomb? ............ ial, kindly, cultured friend. He And he-answered: "We know was a scholar of the first magni- from revelation: 'I am the resur- tude. No field of knowledge was rection and the life. He that be- OLYMPIC HOTEL alien to him. In the field of sci- lieves in me, although he be dead. 5th Ave. at University ence he had a master's grasp of shall live!' Death merely means physics, chemistry, biology and that life is changed but is not anatomy. He was at home in mu- taken away. ,Death is the begin- sc, literature and astronomy. He ning of life, the beginning of true was thoroughly versed in the social activity, a homecoming, a wel- sciences, economics and political come home! "We now commend Herbert Cory's body to the calm stillne. of the tomb. We comfort and con- COLLEGE sole ourselves with Christ's prom- SHOP ise thatthegravewillone day be  311 880[ conquered, and we trustfully await: 4508 University Wa 7 the dawn of the glory of the Seattle resurrection morn." CHEVRON STATION 000014-22nd Ave. N. W. SU. 9677 " ?=:71;:: ., ,%:*